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    Fugue in E Minor

    Fugue in E Minor

    http://www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin...?scoreid=94635

    Any help on the mixing would be greatly appreciated. Even just basic guidelines would be great as the whole mixing thing is still new to me.

    Ed
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    // Ars longa, vita brevis
    // http://edosbear.blogspot.com/
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    Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Ed, this was recorded at fairly low levels, which
    can sometimes make mixing a little more difficult.

    Although I realize this piece is elegiac in nature,
    I would also suggest bringing up the dynamics
    across the board perhaps one or two steps...
    the GPO (and real) strings tend to be somewhat
    thin at very low dynamic levels.

    Other than that, to my ear, the mix is fairly good,
    I think -- spatially it sounds right; and the balance
    amongst the strings is fine, which is often a bit
    of a problem in slow contrapuntal textures.

    Best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Ed, this was recorded at fairly low levels, which
    can sometimes make mixing a little more difficult.

    Although I realize this piece is elegiac in nature,
    I would also suggest bringing up the dynamics
    across the board perhaps one or two steps...
    the GPO (and real) strings tend to be somewhat
    thin at very low dynamic levels.

    Other than that, to my ear, the mix is fairly good,
    I think -- spatially it sounds right; and the balance
    amongst the strings is fine, which is often a bit
    of a problem in slow contrapuntal textures.

    Best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    Dear David:

    Thank you for taking the time to listen. By low levels are you talking about the CC1 levels? Or the “mixing” levels, things like the CC7 (?) and the various levels on the various players and busses in Sonar? You are correct ALL are set low. Thank you for the help.

    Sincerely,

    Ed
    //
    // Ars longa, vita brevis
    // http://edosbear.blogspot.com/
    //

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    Question Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Quite limiting the Sibelius requested plug in. i would like to hear it without...an mp3?

    If it's possible I will appreciate it. thanks

    Fabio

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    Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabio
    Quite limiting the Sibelius requested plug in. i would like to hear it without...an mp3?

    If it's possible I will appreciate it. thanks

    Fabio
    The plug in is just so you can see the score, you should be able to access the MP3 file without the plug in. However try this link:

    http://www.sibeliusmusic.com/mp3/9/4/6/94635.mp3

    Ed
    //
    // Ars longa, vita brevis
    // http://edosbear.blogspot.com/
    //

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    Question Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Thank you I got it.

    May you describe the artistic intent and style you were thinking to during composition?

    Ther's not only a way to make a mix: eg. this may be THE RIGHT mix for an unreal, nearly apatic dreaming athmosphere, but a very bad one for a more energic poliphonic and expressive expectation...

    Probably you are aiming something in the middle...tell us...

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    Re: Fugue in E Minor

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabio
    Thank you I got it.

    May you describe the artistic intent and style you were thinking to during composition?

    Ther's not only a way to make a mix: eg. this may be THE RIGHT mix for an unreal, nearly apatic dreaming athmosphere, but a very bad one for a more energic poliphonic and expressive expectation...

    Probably you are aiming something in the middle...tell us...

    Dear Fabio:

    I am not sure I understand your question, or I do not think in "style". But saying I want something in the middle, then what would I need to do to the mix. I am so very new to the whole mixing thing, having always been on the "otherside" id est performing. Thank you for taking the time to listen.

    Sincerely,

    Ed
    //
    // Ars longa, vita brevis
    // http://edosbear.blogspot.com/
    //

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